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LOL, i only bump when ive tried stuff a thousand times and nothings working, i turned HT off and imma go change the spread spectrum.. *JaKe*
clocking for fun im assuming? lol
you needed my old celeron 341 or w/e it was, 5ghz stable on air
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clocking for fun im assuming? lol
you needed my old celeron 341 or w/e it was, 5ghz stable on air
Why yes im overclocking for fun and you dont have it anymore? *JaKe*
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So heres where im at right now, its not stable for sure yet but im gonna stress for another half hour or so, when i find where my limit is ill make sure its stable. Any predictions on how far i'll go? My loads are 55C right now and i have the option of opening my window and making that 35C *JaKe*
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Is the 780 giving you multi control over the CPU? If so you might have some luck dropping the multi..and once you hit a wall with HT enabled..just disable it. Generally you will hit errors and such with HT enabled, long before the limit of your CPU.

I hit 4.3 with a 630j [3.0ghz] on air..it would do 4.6ghz for benchies and 4.8ghz with clockgen for Pi runs..You should be able to hit 5ghz with ease..just have to jump around the crap FSB ranges on your mobo.
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Is the 780 giving you multi control over the CPU? If so you might have some luck dropping the multi..and once you hit a wall with HT enabled..just disable it. Generally you will hit errors and such with HT enabled, long before the limit of your CPU.

I hit 4.3 with a 630j [3.0ghz] on air..it would do 4.6ghz for benchies and 4.8ghz with clockgen for Pi runs..You should be able to hit 5ghz with ease..just have to jump around the crap FSB ranges on your mobo.
WOW, if i hit 5GHz will you buy me a cake? Also no i dont have multi control and im not sure what you mean by jumping FSB ranges.. *JaKe*
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I have had some fun with my P4 630. I've gotten it up to 4GHz without a problem, and haven't spent that much time with it lately. Idle: 32*C Load: 34*C

I have also swipped a Celly 331+ from school and overclocked that one to 4GHz. The chip is a total voltage whore. Suicide runs of 1.75v couldn't get it to 4.5GHz. Don't worry, I gave it back

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I have had some fun with my P4 630. I've gotten it up to 4GHz without a problem, and haven't spent that much time with it lately. Idle: 32*C Load: 34*C

I have also swipped a Celly 331+ from school and overclocked that one to 4GHz. The chip is a total voltage whore. Suicide runs of 1.75v couldn't get it to 4.5GHz. Don't worry, I gave it back
Yeah like i said in one of the earlier posts, this thing is stable @ 4 with only 1.3v , 4.4GHz is like a pain, like trying to date a nun.. *JaKe*
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Yeah like i said in one of the earlier posts, this thing is stable @ 4 with only 1.3v , 4.4GHz is like a pain, like trying to date a nun.. *JaKe*
Yea, now that I think of it, I did get it stable at 4.25GHz. I had to shove another .15v down its throat to get it there though. I

I wish that I can overclock it more often, but it I'm kinda using it in another computer... I also have a P4 530 in another machine. They are just begging me to overclock them!
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Oh one last thing, how do you use clockgen? Im not familiar with the program but i just downloaded it..also my prime just finished an hour stable, do i overclock more or wait and make sure its stable (although im pretty sure it is). *JaKe*
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im not sure what you mean by jumping FSB ranges..
Occasionally you will hit a few ranges on the 780 [~370-399 and 420-450mhz FSB for me] that either will not perform up to par or are just not stable at all.

ie- I loose ~2k on Read bandwidth, dropping from 450mhz to 449mhz FSB = WTH

...these 'FSB holes' need to be jumped..so dont bother attempting to scale through them.


**As for Clockgen, it will automatically pick-up the correct PLL clock for the 780i..all you need to do is raise the FSB with the slider, a few Mhz at a time and hit 'Apply'.
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